Hey guys! Today I have a pretty interesting map to share with you all! This particular map was originally made on the PC version of Minecraft, but it has since been ported over to Minecraft Pocket Edition! This is a hunger games map, so if you’re looking for a fun mini game to play with your friends, or want to put up a mini game server, this might just be the map you’re looking for! Check out the map below, and also download it at the end of this post!

In the picture below, you can see the start of this map! In hunger games, players must stand on the suspended platforms and wait there for the games to start. As soon as the game starts, players can either rush towards the chests in the middle of the starting area, or run away and look for chests hidden within the map.


The start chests usually have quite good gear in, but because lots of people will be rushing towards them, it can be a risky move to grab the gear from them! If you walk off straight away and look for other chests hidden in the forest, you’ll have a better chance of finding gear first!


This map has lots of cool places to search, including patches of trees, mountains, overhangs and even caves!


Map download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/up9egrbvfyo0hpe/forest%20games.zip

Learn how to install maps: http://minecraftpecheats.com/2013/04/27/how-to-get-maps-minecraft-pocket-edition/

Original post: http://mcpeuniverse.com/maps/new-forest-games-hunger-games-ported/

What are your opinions on this map? I personally think it’s really cool, and it would be great fun if you get a bunch of friends to play with you.

Hey guys! I have a pretty interesting design to showcase today. Most of the time, we share cool building designs on here, but sometimes there are different types of designs that we like to share. Today is one of those days, as I’d like to share a really cool jeep design with you! You can’t actually drive it, but it would really add to any designs that have roads in. It could also look right at home in an army base, too!

In the picture shown below, the jeep can be seen! It has a green color pattern, making it look like it belongs to the army, and the big watchtower behind it also suggests this. I think it looks awesome, and it would work quite well as a civilian car too. Glass has been used for the windscreen, and trapdoors and a ladder have been used for the front bumper.


Here’s a look from the side! Coal blocks have been used for wheels, and blank signs have been placed on the bottom of the jeep to bulk it up a little and put it more in proportion with the massive tires!


Here’s a look at the back of the jeep – this is a good place for soldiers to be carried to and from different locations. It is quite small, but there is just enough room to fit items on the back, too.


What do you think of this jeep design? I actually think it looks pretty cool! You can leave your own opinions in the comments section.

Hey guys! Earlier I posted a pretty cool greenhouse design that somebody made. It was really simple to create, but I thought I’d share this guide to show you all how to make your own greenhouses. This guide is aimed at anybody that might not be that experience with Minecraft Pocket Edition yet, so if you find this boring, how about sharing it with any friends that might have only just got Minecraft Pocket Edition? Anyway, let’s get started!

Firstly, you’ll want to find or create a nice flat area of land. This will make building the foundations of your greenhouse much, much easier. I have laid out some dirt to create a decent amount of flat land.


Next, you’ll want to build the foundations of your greenhouse. I have used stone slabs – you can see my progress below. I have left a two block space at the front because this will be the entrance.


After doing the same as above, you’ll want to create some even holes in your flat land – this will be for water. Crops need water to grow, so it’s important to spread it out evenly. The way you dig holes for water will depend on the size of your greenhouse, but if you build on the same size as mine, you could use this picture as a guideline.


Now you just need to fill the holes with water!


Once you’ve done that, hoe all of the dirt, and fill it with seeds, leaving out spaces in the middle for lights. I have used wood blocks in the middle bits of dirt, and put torches on the sides of the wood. Crops need light to grow, so these torches will make sure it stays light, even in the middle of the night.


For the final step, all you need to do is create four walls of glass! I have used stone pillars at two ends to act as supports for the glass walls.


What do you think of this greenhouse? Do you think it’s simple enough to build?

Hey guys! As you may have already guessed, the life of a game developer is a pretty busy life, and sometimes it’s hard to interact with the fans of the game you’re making. This seems to be the case with everyone currently working on Minecraft Pocket Edition, but tomorrow they will be hosting a special Q&A session, and they will be answering lots of questions about Minecraft Pocket Edition and it’s stages of development!


For those that didn’t know, Q&A stands for questions and answers, and this means people will be able to answer questions, and the developers will answer them for us! The biggest question I’m sure we all want answered is when update 0.9.0 will be released, but we’ll have to see tomorrow if we get an answer on this. There are many other questions that might get answered tomorrow too, including information on new mobs, updates in the future, mod support, better texture support, game features that might be exclusive to Minecraft Pocket Edition, and much more!

0.9.0 screenshot

The Q&A session will be hosted on reddit.com/r/mcpe, so if you want to get involved, you can head over there tomorrow! However, once the session is over, I will try and round up the best questions and answers and share them all with you here! Hopefully lots of interesting information will come from this!

If you could ask the developers of Minecraft Pocket Edition one question what do you think it would be? Let me know your questions in the comments section below!